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Mound 1966 




FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE 
FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



W. Kent Chidester, Editor — Harold Holloway — Business Manager 
Earl Straight, Advisor — Joe Hause — Technician 



FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE LIBRARY 



1966 






Table of Contents 



Administration 14 
Classes 22 
Features 68 
Greek World 94 



Athletics 116 
Organizations 138 
Royalty 162 
Advertisement 171 




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And So We Came . 



We Came To Search, To Emulate, To Perfect, 



But Most of Ail We Came Because We Desired To 



Become Something a Little Better Than Our Past. 



We Came To Progress. 




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As a Child, We Took Our First Step . . . 
Stepping High, Stepping Forward, 
We Attempted To Grasp, To Correlate, To 
Comprehend. Sometimes the Massive Weight 
of Knowledge Pressed Upon Us Until We 
Thought We Were Being Crushed. 





And Then . . . 



In This Moment of Hush, the 
Pieces Began To Fuse Together — We 
Suddenly Understood — We Knew. And 
for a Brief Interim, We Were at Peace 
With Ourselves. But Only for a 
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Four years ago, the class of 1966 arrived on 
campus to be greeted by the sight of progress. 
A progress that has continued as we have kept 
stride. 

As we leave, our undergraduate education 
completed, we see two new dormitories com- 
pleted, a beautiful fine arts building and cafete- 
ria nearly completed, and plans finished for 
continued expansion of Fairmont State College. 
But the work is not yet finished, for a college 
must constantly grow and expand. Our College 
is doing just this. 

We, the 1966 MOUND staff, dedicate this 
yearbook not to just one person, but to all of 
those who have helped to make this campus the 
living monument which has arisen from their 
faith in the school, its administration, and 
above all, its students. 







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W. Kent Chidester 
Editor in Chief 




Barbara Tetrick 
Editor 

Harold Holloway 
Business Manager 





Joyce Gibson 
Photo. Editor 



Robert Quick 
Art Editor 




Rob'ert Hurley 
Advertising 



Craig Adams 
Advertising 



The Mound Staff 1966 




Eunice Bein 


Gale Bentz 


Pam Underwood 


Nancy Higgms 


Patti Haass 


Jackye Wilm 


Art Editor 


Class Editor 


Activity Ed. 


Greeks Ed. 


Greeks Ed. 


Queens Ed. 




Melvin Graham 
Ass't Class Ed. 



Lynda Panetti 
Copy Ed. 



Francia Hawkins 
Asst. Organ. Ed. 



Jeanne Lafferre 
Organization Ed. 



Robert Jacob 
Sports Ed. 



Edd Abbadini 
Photographer 



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DR. ESTON K. FEASTER 

President 




A day in the life of a college president 
involves many time consuming activities 
including . . . 




scheduling plans and appointments 




administrative consultations and student conferences 




PRESIDENT AND MRS. ESTON 
K. FEASTER AND SON, KENNETH 




concluding with a relaxing evening at home with his family. 




PAUL V. YOST 

Dean of College 



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ROXY D. DILLON 

Dean of Women 





Administrative Counci 



GEORGE H. TURLEY 

Dean of Men 



HUNTER J. CONRAD 

Dir. Student Personnel 
HOMER W. COX 
Business Manager 
GALEN F. DULING 
Coord. Field Services 
DWIGHT D. FOWLER 
Dir. Tech. - Ind. Ed. 
EDGAR N. JAYNES 
Dir. Dept. of Commerce 



OTIS H. MILAM, JR. 

Registrar 

MARTHA L MILLER 
Dir. Nursing Education 
EARL N. STRAIGHT 
Dir. Public Relations 
STARK A. WILMOTH 
Dir. Teacher Education 
WILFORD R. WILSON 
Dir. Athletics 




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Division of Humanities 



Art 



English — Foreign Language 




JAMES BROOKS LILLIAN RHODES ROBERTA ABSHER WILLIAM E. BORAM 



MARGARET E. 
COPELAND 



LARRY ECKLES 




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FRED EDGELL REBA S. ERB 



CLIFFORD R. 
HOUSE 



ROBERT A. 
KORCHECK 



PEARL S. 
MCCARTY 



RUTH ANN 
MUSICK 



Industrial Arts 




JUDITH WALTON KENNETH WEIHE JAMES A. HALES 



CYRIL W. 
JOHNSON 



LOY W. LEONARD 



CHARLES 
PETESHEL 



Music 




W. DAVID TETER KENNETH G. WISE WESLEY GRAGSON MARY M. KENNEDY FRANCES MOODY JAY E. ROBINSON 




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RICHARD 

WELLOCK 
WILLIAM E. HANKS 
JOANN LOUGH 
SUZANNE 

THRALLS 
LAWRENCE A. 

WALLMAN 



Division of Natural Sciences 



Biology 



Chemistry 



Mathematics 




RAYMOND E. AMOS 



WILLIAM D. 
CREASY 




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A. PAUL DAVISSON CLEO D. HAUGHT 




ELIZABETH 
SWIGER 



JAMES 0. 
DUNLEVY 



Nursing Education 




WILLIAM M. GULAS JAMES A. LARUE 



WILLIAM J. 
SCHNEIDER 



PATRICIA 
ANDERSON 




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MARGARET R. 
DODGE 




BARBARA 
GRIMSLEY 



Physical Education 




JOE BUNDY 



HAROLD S. 
DUVALL 



WILLIAM H. KERR FRANCES MASON JOSEPH RETTON NELLE E. WALTERS 



Physics 



Geography — Geology 





EDMUND COLLINS ELEANOR M. FORD ORVILLE D. 

NAEGELE 



DR. GEORGE R. HUNT 

Chairman of the Department of Sciences 
Professor of Biology 
Dean and Acting President 
1930-1965 



Division of Social Sciences 



Business Administration — Commerce 




BILLY G. DUNN WOODROW A. 

POTESTA 

Secretarial Studies 



JOE C. ALLEN RUTH ANN BURNS JAMES H. LORD 



FRANK 
SANSALONE 



History 




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FLORA P. PETRO GINA S. PINTO PHYLLIS L. AYERS GLENN F. MASSAY MARY E. MORGAN 



JACK R. 
PULSIFER 



Political Science Home Economics 





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WALTER R. 
SCHEER 



DALLAS B. 
SHAFFER 



WILLIAM P. 
TURNER 

Sociology 



DENNIS 
DONOGHUE 



GERTRUDE HALL MELVA C. HESS 



Psychology 




WAYNE T. GRAY WAYNE E. GREGG 



GEORGE E. 
CANNON 



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Division of Teacher Education 




CARL E. 


A. NEIL FRYE 


CLORA 


J. MARTIN 


MARGARET 


CECIL 




MARPLE 


TAYLOR 


WILLARD 



Librarians 




PAULINE 
BRAND 



AILEEN 
LUCAS 



ROBERT 
MASTERS 



JOSEPHINE L 
ROSIER 




Housing Directors 




PEARL 


BEULAH COLE 


ZELMA OAKES 


MARGUERITE 


SAVILLA 


BROWN 


Pence Hall 


Morrow Hall 


MOORE 


SEIFRIT 


New 






Sigma Tau 


Sigma Pi 


Women's 






Gamma 


Fraternity 


Dormitory 






Fraternity 
House 


House 




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BOOK STORE — Hazel Beall, assistant; Maxine Pruitte, manager. 



College Personnel . . . 
Serving Record Breaking Enrollment at FSC 



CAFETERIA - FIRST ROW: Margaret Hamilton, Loxie Grubb, Grace 
Reese, Mary Anderson, Gussie Glover. SECOND ROW: Minnie Sandy, 





Ida Musgrave, Margaret Booth, Katherine Fuether, Evelyn Moore, Ima 
Strait, Margaret Yost. 




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OFFICE STAFF - FIRST ROW: Joan Harker, Jonnie Erdie, Grace Rog- 
ers, Ruth Steele, JoAnn Parrish, Martha S. Tuckwiller, Karen Godwin. 





SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Springer, Judy Carstensen, Nancy Clevenger, 
Bonita Townsend, Virginia Hunter, Kitty Smith, Daryl Stanley. 



STUDENT CENTER - Mildred Haught, Dorothy Pinson, Mane Tennell, Eva Murphy, Mary J. 
Benincasa, Nellie J. Mays. 






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Mount the Hills As the 

Railing Climbs the Stairs. 



Classes 



Gale Bentz — Classes Editor. 



Seniors 




GERALD CARUSO 

President 





HAROLD WRIGHT 

Secretary-Treasurer 



NANCY PAINTER 

Vice President 



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IUDITH K. ALLEN 

Inglish, Commerce 

'airmont 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 

: u Se Fa 

reshman Counselor 

'KE Sweetheart Court 



PENNY ASKINS 

History 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

AWS 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Home Economics Club 



RICKEY ATHA 

Mathematics, Ind. E' 

Mannington 

Band 

Intervarsity 

Industrial Arts Club 




BOBBI BANE 

Phys. Ed., Social Studies 

Barrackville 

Cheerleader 

Interpanhellenic 

Freshman Counselor 

Gamma Chi Chi — Sgt.-at-arms 




NANCY BARNETT 

Social Studies 
Charleston 
Intramural Sports 
AWS 



ROBERT BARTHOLOW 

Mathematics 

Fairmont 

Lambda Delta Lambda 



DEANNA BARTLETT 

Nursing Education 
Philippi 



RICHARD BAUMGARDNER 

3iological Science 

Rowlesburg 

FKE Vice-President 

3aseball 



ROBERT J. BENTTI 

Business Administration 
Michigamme, Michigan 
Alpha Alpha Alpha 
Intramural Bowling 





KERMIT BIAS, JR. 

Industrial Arts 

Fairmont 

Sigma Tau Gamma 

Ind. Arts Club, Pres. 

Inter-Pan 



CAROLE BILOTTA 

English 

Fairmont 

Women's Panhellenic 

Gamma Chi Chi, Sec. 

Pledge Mistress 

Sigma Tau Delta 




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WILLARD BLONIARZ 

Industrial Arts 
Morgantown 
Industrial Arts Club 




CHARLES BONEY 

Physical Education 

Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 

Sigma Pi, Sgt.-at-arms 

Wrestling 

Student Body Treasurer 

Freshman Counselor 




CAMILLE BOYCE 

Home Economics 

Fairmont 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Home Economics Club 






JOANNE TERRETTI BRAK 

English 

Wheeling 

Alpha Xi Delta, Treas. 

New Women's Dorm Offic. 

AWS 

Intnat'l. Rel. Club 




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BARBARA BRANDIMARTE 




JUDY BRIERLY 


Phys. Ed., Business 




Secretarial Studies 


Fairmont 




Fairmont 


Newman Club 






Women's Phys. Ed. Club 







SHARON MARQUIS BROWNING 

Nursing Education 
Monongah 



KENNETH BROCK 

Mathematics, Soc. Sts. 

Fairmont 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Freshman Chemistry Award 

Intervarsity 



HAROLD RICHARD BRUMAGE 

Business Administration 
Clarksburg 




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BOB BRUNNER 

Social Studies 
Keansburg, New Jersey 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. 
Student Council, Treas. 
Track Team 
Freshman Counselor 



BARBARA BUNNER 

Nursing Education 
Fairmont 




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LOUISE CAMPBELL 


Home Econom 


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Elementary Education 


Fairmont 






Charleston 


Home Economi 


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Club 


Jr. Class Secretary 


Roger Williams 


Fellowship 


Women's Panhellenic 








SNSEA 








AWS 


rHOMAS CAPEK 






KATHY CARDER 


3 hysical Education 






Biology 


Edgefield Park, N.J. 






Rosemont 


rau Kappa Epsilon 






Beta Beta Beta 


joccer Team 






Collegiates 


\lpha Alpha Alpha 






AWS 


nter-Pan 






Wesley Foundation 



LINDA CARPENTER 

Nursing Education I 

Fairmont 

Nursing Association 



BECKI CARUSO 

Psychology 

N. Plainfietd, N.J. 

Inter-Pan 

Panhellenic 

Homecoming Court 

Cheerleader 




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GERALD CARUSO 

Business Administration 
Belleville, N.J. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Senior Class Pres. 
Student Council 



FRANK CARVELL 

Mathematics 

Gypsy 

Lambda Delta Lambda 



JAMES CAVALIER 

Business Administration 

Rivesville 

Newman Club President 

Province Chairman 

Sports Publicity Dir. 

Columns 



W. KENT CHIDESTER 

History 

Keyser 

Editor, Mound 

Young Democrats, V.P. 

Freshman Counselor 

Sigma Pi 





JOSEPH CLARA 

Physical Education 

Fairmont 

Soccer 

Newman Club 

Letterman's Club 

Swimming Manager 



GEORGE CLAYTON 

English 

Fairview 

Football 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. 



JACK CONRAD 

English 
Fairmont 
Student Council 
Freshman Counselor 
English Honorary, Pres. 
Independents, Pres. 



DIANE COOK 

Home Economics 

Bridgeport 

Masquers 

Home Economics Club, Trea. 

Wesley Foundation 

AWS 



FRED COOPER 

Physical Education 

Weston 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hist. 

Football Manager 

Baseball 



LINDA COOPER 

Recreation 

Clarksburg 

Cheerleader 

Symphonic Choir 

Roger Williams Fellowship 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 



BEVERLY COWGER 

Secretarial Studies 
Fairmont 










URL CRAMPTON 

siness Administration 
it, Michigan 
iha Alpha Alpha 



CAROL CUNNINGHAM 

French 

Fairmont 

Sigma Kappa, Cor. Sec. 

Beta Beta Beta 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Pi Kappa Phi 



DONNA D'AMICO 

Social Studies 

Fairmont 

AWS 

Junior Prom Court 

Home Economics Club 

Columns 



BETTY DAVIS 

English, French 

Fairmont 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, Rec. Sec. 

Panhellenic, V.P. 

Student Council 

Sigma Tau Delta 





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JUANITA DEAHL 

Nursing Education 
Carolina 



JOSEPH HALL DELUCA, JR. 

Industrial Arts 
Fairmont 

Industrial Arts Club 
Tau Beta lota 



DONNA DIXON 

Mathematics 

Belmar, NJ. 

Gamma Chi Chi 

Young Republicans 

AWS 

Phi Epsilon Chi 



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iness Administration 
Igeport 



REGINA SUE DULIN 

Nursing Education 
Rivesville 



JUANITA EDGE 

Elementary Education 

Fairmont 

SNSEA 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Majorette 

Sigma Kappa, V.P. 



MARY JO ELLIS 

Social Studies 

Fairmont 

Gamma Chi Chi, V.P. 

Student Council 

Majorette 

Kappa Delta Pi 



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SAMUEL JAMES ELLIS 

Biology 

Fairmont 

Beta Beta Beta, Pres. 

Alpha Psl Omega 

Executive Committee 

Student Council, Treas. 



WILLIAM FADALE 

Elementary Education 
Jamestown, N.Y. 
Theta Xi, Treas. 
Secretary-Treas. Pence Hall 



VIRGINIA CAROL FELOSA 

Physical and Gen. Sci. 

Shinnston 

Lambda Delta Lambda 

Newman Club 

Academy of Science 

SNSEA 



CHERYL JOY FEOLA 

Physical Education 
Needham, Mass. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Chi, Pres. 
Hockey 
Basketball 




JANET FOLEY 

English 

Petersburg 

New Women's Dorm, Treas. 



TOM FRIEDMAN 

Physical Education 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Letterman's Club 

Football 

Alpha Alpha Alpha 



BEVERLY FULAYTER 

English 
Fairmont 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Masquers 
Orchesis 



PATRICIA FULAYTER 

Elementary Education 

Barrackville 

Masquers 

Orchesis 

Choir 



BILL FURGASON 

Physical Education 

Rivesville 

Basketball 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Senior Class - Sgt-at-arms 

Letterman's Club 



EDWARD GERBER 

Psychology 
Conemaugh, Pa. 



EDWARD GLOVER 

Physical Education 
Mannington 









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UDY GREEN 


RONALD GREGAN 


ecretarial Studies 


Physical Education 


armington 


Glassworks, Pa. 




Football 




Baseball 




Theta Xi 




Intramural 



MAURINA GREGG 

Music 
Fairmont 
Collegiates 
All-State Orchestra 
MENC, Vice-Pres. 
Philosophical Society 




GEORGE ANN GRIFFIN 

Business Administration 

Bridgeport 

Fu Se Fa, 'Vice-Pres. 

SNSEA 

Shorthand Award 




JOSEPH GRIPPALDI 


MARTY HARDEN 




GLENN HARMAN 




Physical Education 


Commerce 


Occupational 




Business Administration 




West Orange, N.J. 


Fairmont 






Petersburg 








Tau Kappa Epsilon 


Home Economics Club 




Alpha 


Alpha 


Alpha 






Pence Hall — Sgt-at-arms 


AWS 












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Baseball 


Gamma Chi Chi, Treas. 




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Falcon's Nest, Proctor 


Inter-Pan, 


Vice-Pres. 


JOYCE HAUGH1 

Home Economics 
Farmington 


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REBECCA h 

Home Econom 
Fairmont 


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OHN HARMAN 


DAVID HAUGHT 




Collegiates 








Collegiates 




usiness Administration 


Sociology 




Madrigals 








Home Ec. Assc 


c, St. Rep 


etersburg 


Farmington 




Majorettes 








MENC, Treas. 




Ipha Alpha Alpha 


Sigma Pi 




MENC 








Intervarsity, Se 


c. 







JOYCE HERSHMAN 

Secretarial Studies 
Lumberport 




PATRICIA HIBBS 

Nursing Education 

Fairmont 

AWS 

Nursing Association 

Sigma Kappa 




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JANE HIGGINBOTHAM 



Commerce 
Big Run 

SNSEA, Cor. Sec. 
Chorus 




NANCY HIGGINS 

Social Studies 

Weirton 

Delta Zeta, Treas. 

AWS, Sec. 

Greek Editor, Mound 




MARK HIGGS 

Social Studies Compreh. 
Fairmont 



LAWRENCE HIMES, JR. 

Social Studies 
Grafton 



NEVA HOFFMAN 

Elementary Education 

Keyser 

SNSEA 



JAMES HOLBERT 

Music 

Fairmont 

Theta Xi, Vice-Pres. 

Band 

Collegiates 

Chorus 



HAROLD HOLLOWAY 

Business Administration 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Sigma Pi, Treas. 
Alpha Alpha Alpha 
Business Man., Mound 
Intramural Sports 




SONYA HUGHES 

Elementary Education 

Fairmont 

Gamma Chi Chi, Sec. 

Majorette. 

AWS 

Holly Ball Court 





LYNDA HUSTER 

Nursing Education 
Fairmont 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Nursing Association 






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PAMELA ISNER 


ROY JACKSON 


English 


Biology 


Clarksburg 


Carolina 


Sigma Tau Delta 


Football 


SNSEA 


Wrestling 


Home Economics Club 


Track 



JAMES JOSEPH 

Biology 
Shinnston 
Beta Beta Beta 



MICHAEL JURASKO 

Industrial Arts 
Fairmont 
Epsilon Pi Tau 
Industrial Arts Club 





BUNNY KAY 

Speech 
Charleston 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Masquers 
Debate Team 
SNSEA 



LORRAINE FOSTER KAZNOSKI 

Elementary Education 

Barrackville 

Student Body, Vice-Pres. 

Gamma Chi Chi 

Cheerleader 

Blazers 



JOHN KENNEDY 

Business Administration 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Freshman Class, Pres. 



HAROLD DEAN KNICELEY 

Vrt 
Vorthington 



JUDY KNOBLE 

Soc. Sts., Phys. Ed. 

Shinnston 

Phi Epsilon Chi 

Sigma Kappa 

Young Democrats 

AWS 




SUSAN LAIRD 

Commerce 
Grant Town 
SNSEA 
AWS 
Newman Club 



SHERRY LAUGHLIN 

Commerce 
Clarksburg 





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ROY LEGLEITNER 


SHARON DIANNE LINN 


THOMAS LLEWELLYN 


BEVERLY LLOYD 


Business Administration 


Home Economics 


Business Administration 


Speech, English 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Buckhannon 


Fairmont 


Fairview 




Home Economics Club 


Collegiates 


Freshman Counselor 




Masquers 




Alpha Xi Delta 




Young Democrats 




Student Council, Sec. 
Jr. Class, Vice-Pres. 






THOMAS LOPES 




JAY LOVERING 




VALLA MARTENEY 


Biology 








Physical Education 




Home Economics 


Keansburg, 


N.J. 






Alexandria, Va. 




Clarksburg 


Tau Kappa 


Epsilon 




Industrial Arts Club 




Theta Xi Sweetheart 


Pyramid Society 






Soccer 




Home Economics Club 


Student Coi 


uncil, 


Pres. 




Wrestling 






Tennis 








Theta Xi 












DONALD MCBEE 

Speech, Art 


SHIRLEY GOUER MCCAULEY 








Fairmont 


Biology 






MONTY MATHIAS 






Neeley Oratorical Award 
Sigma Tau Gamma 


Philippi 
Beta Beta 


Beta 


PAM MCCLURG 


Physical Education 






Alpha Psi Omega 


Academy 


of Science 


Nursing Education 


Romney 






Jr. Class, Vice-Pres. 


SNSEA 




Belle 




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LINDA MCCONNELL 

English 

Fairmont 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 



CHARLES MCDANIEL 

industrial Arts 
Grafton 
Epsilon Pi Tau 
4-H=Club 
Industrial Arts Club 



MARY MCDONALD 

Elementary Education 

Grafton 

Symphonic Choir 

Phi Epsilon Chi, Treas, 

AWS 



DAVID H. MCDOUGAL 

Biology 

Fairmont 

Masquers 



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JOAN MCDOUGAL 

Music 

Bruceton Mills 

MENC, Pres. & Vice-Pres. 

Collegiates 

Madrigals 



JERRY MCGRAW 

Business Administration 

Beckley 

Football Manager 




CAROLYN MCINTIRE 

Nursing Education 
Clarksburg 
Nursing Association 



SONNIE MCMULLIN 

Elementary Education 

Weirton 

Delta Zeta, Pres. 

Dorm Council 

nter-Pan, Sec.-Treas. 

3 anhellenic 



JOHANNA MEISSNER 

Physical Education 
New Cumberland, Md. 
New Women's Dorm, Pres. 
AWS, Vice-Pres. 
Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres. 
Sigma Pi Sweetheart Ct. 



PATRICIA MERCHANT 

Music 

Bridgeport 

MENC 

Symphonic Choir - 

Band 




MARY ANN MEREDITH 

Commerce • 
Shinnston 
Fu Se Fa 



Pi Kappa Phi 






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BRENDA MICHAEL 

Elementary Education 
Fairmont 



GEORGE MIHALIC 

Elementary Education 

Fairmont 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Bowling 



VIOLET MIKULSKI 

Nursing Education 
Carolina 



JANE MILLER 

Secretarial Studies 
Fairmont 





MARY FISHER MILLER 


SANDRA MILLER 


JUDY MOKOSH 


Speech, English 


Elementary Education 


Commerce 


Shinnston 


Fairmont 


Moundsville 


Sigma Kappa 


Masquers 


Kappa Delta Pi 


Blazers 


Young Democrats 




Alpha Psi Omega 


SNSEA 




Kappa Delta Pi 


Symphonic Choir 







JOHN MOSELEY 






EDWIN MORRIS 


Business 


JOHN MURRAY 


DIANE MUSGRAVE 


Psychology 


Mannington 


Industrial Arts 


Secretarial Studies 


Rachel 


Alpha Alpha Alpha 


Chester 


Fairmont 






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BETTY LOU NAROG 


JAMES NERI 


Commerce 


Phys., General Science 


Vlannington 


Fairmont 




Theta Xi 




Newman Club 




Sophomore Class, Pres 



JOHN THOMAS NEWHOUSE 

History 
Fairmont 
Editor, Mound 
Columns 
Newman Club 
Intramural Bowling 



SUZANNE OLIVER 

Secretarial Studies 
Shinnston 




AUSTIN LEE ORME, 


JR. 


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Industrial Arts 






English 






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Great Cacapon 






Fairmont 






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Sigma Pi, Pledge 


Master 




Sigma Sigma S 


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Pres 


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Freshman Counselor 




Student Body, 


Vice-P 


res. 


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Pence Hall — Sgt 


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Blazers, Pres. 






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Industrial Arts CI 


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Prom Court 








NANCY PAINTER 












DOROTHY J. PEARCE 


English 






JEAN PAUGH 






Physical Education 


Clarksburg 






Elementary Education 






Westbury, N.Y. 


Gamma Chi Chi, Pres. 






Clarksburg 






Roger Williams, Sec.-Treas. 


Freshman Counselor 






AWS 






Sigma Kappa, Float Chair. 


Kappa Delta Pi 






Pi Kappa Phi 






Phi Epsilon Chi 


Student Council 






SNSEA 






AWS, Publ. Chair. 



WILLIAM OWEN, JR. 

ndustrial Arts 
Fairmont 
Sigma Pi 

nter-Pan 

ndustrial Arts Club 



EUGENE PELLILLO 

Social Studies 
Fairmont 
Tau Beta lota 
Sophomore Class. Pres. 
Student Council 
Intramural Sports 



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JOYCE PELLILLO 

Nursing Education 
Monongah 



JUDY PEORIA 

Elementary Education 

Clarksburg 

Masquers 

SNSEA 

Newman Club 



ALLYN PERRY 

Physical Education 
Akron, N.Y. 
Baseball 



SHERILYN PIGOTT 

Secretarial Studies 
Philippi 





JONATHAN PLOWMAN 

Biology 

Ft. Ritchie, Md. 

Sigma Tau Gamma, V.P. 

Beta Beta Beta 

Academy of Science 

Fraternity House Manager 



MARIA POSTER 

English 

Fairmont 

Masquers 

Columns 

AWS 

Young Democrats 



MARY JO PULICE 

Business Administration 

Clarksburg 

Gamma Chi Chi, Pres. 

Freshman Counselor 

Holly Ball Court 

Junior Prom Court 



RANDAL PYERS 

Industrial Arts 
Lewisburg, Pa. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Soccer 
Wrestling 
Intramural Sports 



THOMAS MICHAEL RASCON, III 

Psychology 
Fairmont 
Theta Xi 



JIM REDDICK 

Recreation 

Fairmont 

Theta Xi 

Swimming 

Soccer 

Alpha Lambda Sigma 



TOM REED 

Ind. Ed., Soc. St. 

Weirton 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Student Council, Off. 

Basketball 

Epsilon Pi Tau 



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PAT REHO 

Elementary Education 
Fords, New Jersey 
Young Democrats 
Alpha Xi Delta, Sec. 
Mademoiselle College Bd. 
AWS 



ELIZABETH RIBAS 

Commerce 

Clarksburg 

Alpha Xi Delta, V.-Pres. 

Panhellenic Council 

Inter-Pan 



LOUIE RIBEL 

Physical Education 

Fairmont 

Tau Beta lota, Pres 

Football 

Inter-Pan 



PATRICIA RICE 

Social Studies 

Fairmont 

Phi Epsilon Chi 

Freshman Counselor 

Sigma Kappa Regist. 

AWS 





THOMAS D. RIDENOUR 

Physical Education 
Fairmont 



NETTIE ROBINSON 

Elementary Education 

Walkersville 

SNSEA 



PRUDENCE ROBINSON 

Commerce 
Clarksburg 



DIANA ROGERS 


Nursing Education 


Fairmont 


Nursing Association 


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PRUDENCE ROLLINS 

Home Economics 

Lost Creek 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Sigma Tau Delta 

4-H Club 

Home Economics Club 



PAMELA ROMIN 

Commerce 

Lumberport 

SNSEA 

Collegiates 

Home Economics Clu 

Symphonic Choir 




KAREN ROY 

Nursing Education 
Belle 










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SHIRLEY RUBESNE 

Biology 

Mannington 

Collegiate Academy of Sci 



NANCY RUNDLE 

Nursing Education 
Fairmont 
Newman Club 
Nursing Association 



CINDA SAMMONS 

Secretarial Studies 

Colfax 

Sigma Kappa, Pres. 

Student Body Secretary 

Majorette 

Greek Week Queen 



WILMA SANDY 

Social Studies 
Clarksburg 
Pi Kappa Phi 
SNSEA 






ROSALIE SAURO 

Elementary Education 

Fairmont 

Symphonic Choir 

SNSEA 

Young Republicans 

Newman Club 



PENELOPE SCOTT 

Physical Education 

Waynesburg, Pa. 

AWS 

Phi Epsilon Chi, V-Pres. 

Home Economics Club 



DON SEFTICK 

Business Administration 
Clarksburg 



STEPHEN SERAFINE 

Business Administration 
Clarksburg 



GARETH SHAY 

Biological, Gen. Sci. 
Fellowsville 
Beta Beta Beta 



JOHN SHOLTIS 

Physical Education 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Tau Beta lota, Sec. 
Football 
Track 
Intramural Sports 



ESTEL SITES 

Elementary Education 
Petersburg 






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Business Administration 
D etersburg 
rau Beta lota 
Mpha Alpha Alpha 



CAROL SLATE 

Secretarial Studies 
Fairmont 
Newman Club 



PHYLLIS SMAY 

Physical Education 

Fairmont 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treas. 

Freshman Counselor 

Home Economics Club: 

AWS 



GARY SOUTHERN 

Industrial Arts 
Grant Town 
Theta Xi, Pres. 
Epsilon Pi Tau 
Kappa Delta Pi, Pres. 




BILL SPATAFORE 

Industrial Arts 
Clarksburg 
Industrial Arts Club 



Business Administration 

Clarksburg 

Theta Xi, Treas. 

Inter-Pan 

Basketball 

Alpha Alpha Alpha 



MONICA STANNY 

Sociology 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Tau Beta lota Sweetheart 

Greek Week Queen 

Junior Prom Court 

Gamma Chi Chi 



ROBERT STEELE 

Business Administration 
Cameron 
Sigma Pi, Treas. 
Alpha Alpha Alpha 



JAMES STETNER 

Elementary Education 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Wrestling 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Letterman's Club 




STANLEY STEWART 

Industrial Arts 
Mannington 
Industrial Arts Club 
Bowling League 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



SUNDAY STICKLES 

Nursing Education 

Fairmont 

Sigma Kappa 

AWS 

Nursing Association 












LUTHER STILES 

Business Administration 

Fairmont 

Tau Beta lota 

Alpha Alpha Alpha 

Collegiates 

Intramural Sports 




BRENDA STOTLER 

Mathematics 
Fairmont 
Pi Kappa Phi 




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RUTH ANN STOUT 

Mathematics 
Bridgeport 
SNSEA 
Intervarsity 
Sigma Tau Delta 



ROSEMARY STROMBERG 

Elementary Education 
Clarksburg 
Pi Kappa Phi 
SNSEA 




HILDA STULL 

Commerce 

Mannington 

Home Economics Club 

SNSEA 



SHERRY STURM 

Elementary Education 
Shinnston 



JON MICHAEL SUMMERS 

History 
Fairmont 
Theta Xi 



JAMES M. TENNANT 

Accounting 
Burton 



BARBARA TETRICK 

Elementary Education 

Shinnston 

Delta Zeta, Treas. 

Ass't. Ed., Mound 

Symphonic Choir 

AWS 



ANTHONY TIANO 

Physical Education 

Clarksburg 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Soccer 



WILLIAM B. TOMBLYN 

Business Administration 

Buckhannon 

4-H Club 

Alpha Alpha Alpha 

Int. Christian Fellowship 






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WAYNE TRESSLER 

Business 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Alpha Alpha Alpha 



NANCY TRICKETT 

Nursing Education 

Tunnelton 

Nursing Association 




THOMAS TRICOT 

Business 
Clarksburg 
Theta Xi 



KENTON TURNER 

Business Administration 
Clarksburg 




WILLIAM VANDERGRIFT 

Psychology 
Bridgeport 
Theta Xi, Rush Chair. 






CHARLES WARNER 


SUE WARDER 


Business 


Secretarial Studies 


Clarksburg 


Bridgeport 


Band 


Majorette 


Symphonic Choir 



IRENE VOZNIAK 




JANET WARD 






Nursing Education 




Home Economics 






Monongah 




Clarksburg 






Freshman Counselor 




Home Economics Club 




AWS 




SNSEA 






Nursing Association 




Symphonic Choir 






Sigma Kappa 




AWS 








JOHN WARNER 




DANIEL K. 


WEBER 




Physical Science 


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Speech, Drarr 


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Parsons 

Sigma Pi, V.-Pres. 




Fairmont 
Senior Class 


Pres. 




Masquers 




Alpha Psi Om 


ega, Pres. 




Academy of Science 




Kappa Gamm 


a, V.-Pres 




Tea House of the A 


ugust Moon 


Intercollegiate 


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ANNA LEE WEST 


WILLARD WHEELOCK 


RONDALL WHITE 


CHARLES G. WILBURN, JR 


Elementary Education 


History 


Recreation 


Elementary Education 


Morgantown 


Clarksburg 


Weston 


Fairmont 


Pi Kappa Phi 




Tau Kappa Epsilon 


Collegiates 


Wesley Foundation 




Football 


SNSEA, Pres. 


Symphonic Choir 




Letterman's Club 


Theta Xi 


4-H Club 




Swimming 






DENNIS WILLIAMS 

Physical Education 
Mannington 



DONALD R. WILLIAMS 

Business Administration 

Fairmont 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treas. 

Cross-Country Team 

Intramural Sports 

Track 



DAVID A. WILSON 

Industrial Arts, Soc. St. 
Rock Cave 



RUTH WILSON 


JANET WOLFE 


Elementary Education 


English 


Fairmont 


Nutter Fort 


Sigma Kappa, Treas. 


Intervarsity 


Panhellanic, Pres. 


Symphonic Choir 


SNSEA 


Columns 


AWS 


Mound 




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GARY WRIGHT 


HAROLD WRIGHT 


Psychology 


Social Studies 


Bridgeport 


Fairmont 


Theta Xi 


Tau Beta lota 


Collegiates 


Freshman Counselor 


Band 


Cross-Country Team 


Intramural Sports 


Columns 



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BOBBI WUERKER 

Elementary Education 
Cape May, N.J. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Majorette 
Miss Freshman 
Holly Ball Court 




JAMES EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD 

Physical Education 

Rowlesburg 

Football 

Baseball 

Tau Beta lota 

Intramural Sports 








LOUIS A. YUSI 

Business Administration 

Coraopolis, Pa. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Wrestling 

Track 

Intramural Sports 



IOLA MAE LIVINGSTONE 
ZINN 

Art 

Monessen, Pa. 
AWS 

Newman Club 
Young Democrats 





Juniors 




C. J. FETCHERO 

President 




ROBERTA ATHA 

Vice President 




PEGGY REGER 

Secreta ry-Trea su rer 



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JIM MUSTACHIO 

Sgt-at-Arms 




DENNIS 

ANGEBRANNDT 
ROBERTA ATHA 
WILLIAM ATHEY 
BLAINE AUVILLE 
CHARLES BALL 




ELINOR DRANE 
MARC ELLIOTT 
BILL EWUSIAK 
JANICE 

FALKENSTEIN 
BOB FELTNER 





MICHAEL FELTON 
MARY LOU 

FELTZ 
STEFFI FEOLA 
C. J. FETCHERO 
JUANITA 

FLANAGAN 



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LADONNA 
GARLITZ 
JOYCE GIBSON 
BILL GLOVER 
LINDA GOLDEN 





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GOLDSBORO 
ROBERT HAGER 
PHILLIP 

HATFIELD 
FRANCIA 

HAWKINS 
SHERRIE 

HAYHURST 





RONALD HELMS 
GLORIA HERMAN 
PAULETTA HESS 
LARRY HILL 
BURT HOLCOMB 





DAVID 

HOLLANDSWORTfl 
BOB HURLEY 
MARY HYDE 
CAROL ANN 

JACKSON 
JULIUS JIMENO 




BARRY JONES 
BRENDA JONES 
DANIEL JONES 
JOHN KERPAN 
SHARON KESLING 






DANIEL 

MANCUSO 
DELLIS MARTIN 
MANFORD 

MARTIN 
MONICA 

MASEDA 
LES MCCARTNEY 



JIM KURCZAK 
MARILYN 

LEESON 
RICHARD LONG 
PAT MAHALICK 
PATRICIA 

MAINELLA 



JENNIFER 

KILMER 
JOHN KISNER 
GEORGE KOSKI 
RAMONA KOSKI 
RONALD 

KROUZOWICZ 






BOB MCCLUNG 
GEORGE 
MCCRUM 
BARBARA 

MCDOWELL 
EVELYN 

MCQUAIN 
ALFRED 

MEKENIE 




HOOVER 
MICHAEL 

JANE MORGAN 

KAROL 
MORRISON 

MIKE MURPHY 

WILLIAM 
MUSGRAVE 




JIM MUSTACHIO 
SHARON 

NEWCOME 
DONNA NEWLON 
RICHARD 

NICHOLS 
MIKE NOECHEL 





JANET ORR 
JIM OGDEN 
FRANK 

PACHUTA 
LYNDA PANETTI 
ROBERT PARKER 





PAM PARRISH 
JOANN PARSONS 
INGRID 

PEARSON 
SANDRA 
PEASLEY 
BARBARA 

PETERSON 






EDIE PHILLIPS 
LUCIA PIGOTT 
JUDY POST 
SUE POWELL 
LARRY 
RADFORD 




LINDA REED 
CHARLES 
REESE 
PEGGY REGER 
WILLIAM RICE 
DON ROGERS 





JAMES ROTE 
MICHAEL ROWAN 
GARY RYAN 
JIM SAGO 
LINDA 
SATTERFIELD 




PATTY SCIUBBO 
LINDA SELDERS 
JANET SHAVER 
GEORGE 

SHUMAKER 
ROBERT 

SKIDMORE 




JAMES SLAMICK 
DAVID SMALL 
DALE SMITH 
GARY W. 
SMITH 
JEFF SMITH 






MARY BET>! 

UNDERV OOD 
HAROLD VAN 

GILDER 
SHERRY VAN 

METER 
JOHN PAUL 

VINCENT 
CULLEY WEISS 



JIM STROSNIDER 
MARILYN 

TATTERSON 
DONNA 

TOOTHMAN 
LINDA 

TOOTHMAN 
ROBERT 

TASKER 



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SANDRA STAGGS 
GERALD STARKEY 
DANIEL STONE 
JENNIE 
STRAIGHT 





JUDY WELTY 
JOHN WHITE 
PHILLIP WHITE 
BARRY 

WILLIAMS 
EDGAR 

WILLIAMS 




JOHN R. 

WILLIAMS 
MARCALLENE 

WILMOTH 
MYKIE WILSON 
SANDRA WILT 
KAREN WOLVERTON 









HARRIET WOODS 
MIKE YAMBOR 








Preparing for the future. 




'Hey Shorty — what's new?" 



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Concentrated study and research. 




Social Development. 




Relax — stand back and enjoy yourself 





Always time for fun. 



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Sophomores 




RONALD MILLIONE 

Vice President 



JON NUZUM 

Sgt.-at-Arms 



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PATTY BONDY 
DIANE BOYCE 
KAREN BOYCE 



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JOHN BRANHAM 



KAREN SUE 
BRANHAM 



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POLLY BROWN 



JEANNE BRYAN 




JANET COTTRILL PENNY COTTRILL 




FREDERICT 
CURRENCE 



KAREN DALLISON 
DORINDA 

DANDOLO 
MALVIN 

DANIEL, JR. 
ROBERTA 

DAVIS 



KAREN CUTLIP 




PATTI HAASS 



DAVID L. HAINES 



GARY HALVIN 
DAVID 

HARDMAN 
JAMES HARKI 
KAREN HARPER 




CAROL HAUGHT RICHARD 

HAWKINS 




JANET KATES 



FAITH KEENER LORETTA 

KENDRALLA 



JUDY KING 



RICK KNIGHT 




BETTY KNOTTS 
BARB KONICK 
JEANNE 

LAFFERRE 
PEGGY LAIRD 




STEPHEN 

MIKULSKI 
DONALD MILLER 
SANDY L. MILLER 
RONALD 

MILLIONE 




NANCY POLLOCK JOHN PROBST 



RICHARD PRUITTE ROBERT QUICK 




DONNA RAIKES 



ROSE MARY 

REESE 
VICKI 

RIGGENBACH 

TOM ROKISKY 
LOIS ROLLYSON 



DICK REED 




JOHN TAYLOR 



JAY TEACOACH 



PAULETTE 

TENNANT 
RALPH 

THEOPHILUS 
ROBERT THOMAS 
COLLINS 

THOMPSON 





JACKYE 
WILMOTH 



BARBARA 
WILSON 



PAUL RICHARD 
WILSON 



LINDA WORK 




DAVID WRIGHT 



JOHN YERKOVICH 
GRETCHEN 

YOST 
ROBERT G. 

YOST 
ROBERT ZAHN 
ROSINA 

ZANGARI 




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It's a frog's life 





We shall overcome 



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DENNIS KELLISON 

President 

JUDY BRISCOE 

Vice President 



JEFF GOLDEN 

Secretary-Treasurer 

MIKE PORTER 

Sgt-at-Arms' 



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MARY ANN ASH 
VANESSA ASH 
JAMES BAIRD 
CAROL BAKER 










JAMES BAKER 
JOHN BAKER 
PAMELA BALL 
LYNN BALLARD 
LINDA BARNCORD 
SHIRLEY BEIL 
DAVID BENNETT 
TIM BENNETT 



JOANN BERTAUX 
DONNA BLOUNT 
MARILYN BOCK 
DENNY BOLTON 
CASSANDRA BOLYARD 
GARY BOLYARD 
TED BOYLES 
SANDY BRANHAM 



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RANDY COLOMBO 
JOE COOK 
JOYCE COOL 
PEGGY COOPER 
DAVID COULSON 
MARILYN COWGAR 
LINDA CROSS 





DAVID BROOKOVER 
BARBARA BROWN 
JOHN B&OWN 
DAVID BRUNER 
SHERIE BURKHOLDER 
PHYLISS JEAN CASTO 
ANNA MARIE CINALLI 
MARY ELLEN COLE 





GLENDA CUNNINGHAM 
LINDA CURKENDALL 
LEE CUTRONE, JR. 
LYLE DALLISON 
PATTI DEAN 
CAROLE DEEMS 
DON DELUCA 
JOHN DOLAN 



DANNY DOSS 
CHARLES DRYDEN 
JAMES DUGAN 
KAREN DURNELL 
SUSAN DUVALL 
JOY ECKELS 
ROGER EDDY 
CARLIN ELLYSON 





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CAROL FIDLER 
DON FOWLER 
SANDY FRALEY 
PAM GALL 
NORMA GATTI 
LOUELLA GIBSON 
SHERRY GLASCOCK 



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LINDA GLOVER 
LINDA GOODWIN 
MELVIN GRAHAM 
TERRY ROBERT GROFF 
EUGENIA HAASS 
KATIE HALL 
MARGARET JANE HALL 



DIANE HARBAUGH 
ALLEN HARDY 
VERONICA HATCHER 
SUE HAWKINS 
ELAINE HERMAN 
MINNIE HINES 
SUSAN HINKINS 
MARY HIRSCH 




KAREN HUDKINS 
BECKY JAYNES 
JOYCE JEFFERS 
MARILYN JONES 
MARY ANN JURASKO 
CHARLENE KOVARBASICH 
KENNA KUHL 
CAROLYN LANTZ 





ROSE MARIE HOBAN 
DIANE HOCKMAN 
SHELIA HOLLEN 
MARTHA HOLMAN 
KAREN HOPKINS 
PAM HORKY 
KATHY HOSAFLOOK 
BETTY HOWELL 








JANE MARTIN 
LINDA MARTING 
DEE MASSI 
DEANNA MATTHEW 
NANCY MAY 
VICTOR MAZITIS 
DARRELL MCCLUNG 
JESSICA MCELDOWNEY 




KAY LANTZ 
JANICE LILLEY 
CAROL LIPSCOMB 
SABRA LISTON 
CAROLE LOUDEN 
KAREN LUCAS 
NORMAN LUCE 
JOHN MADDOX 



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JIM NORMAN 
PAULA OBERLE 
PAULA OKES 
DAVE PETERS 
SHARON PIATT 
JO HELEN PITROLO 
BRUCE PITTMAN 




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WILLIAM MILLER 
ILENE MOORE 
LARRY MOORE 
SHERRY MOORE 
DIANE MORRIS 
MARGARET NICEWARNER 
CHERYL NICHOLSON 




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ORVILLE POSTLEWAIT 
ALBERT POWNELL 
DONNA PROCTOR 
JUDY PROZZILO 
DONNA SUE PTOMEY 
JAMES D. PUGH 
JOE RAZES 




SUSAN RECKORD 
BRONSON REESE 
SANDY REID 
DAVID RENNER 
LENA KAY RIGGS 
JOE PAUL ROBB 
JANE ROBERTSON 
MICHELE ROCK 



LINDA ROHANNA 
DIXIE ROLLINS 
DALE RUCKLE 
ANNE MARIE RYAN 
CLAUDIA SAYRE 
ANDREW SEMANCIK 
GEOFFREY SHAW 
KAREN SHROUT 







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VICKI STEWART 
DAVE STINE 
MARY KAY STONE 
BEN STORK 
BONNIE STRAWSER 
ALICIA SUMMERS 
PATRICK TAYLOR 



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ANNE WILKES 
ELLEN JANE WILLIS 
JANICE WILSON 
EDWARD WORDEN 
NICK YARENCHUK, JR 



Like Nature? Can Imagination Boast to Teach 
the Infant How to Live. 



Features 




Pam Underwood and Gary Witschey — Feature Editors. 




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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow 
Face Their Challenge 



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Our group's better than your group! 



Torchlight Parade 



— Freshmen 






Queen Linda and Escort 



Loyal Sons and 



Homecoming, the magic word 
that signifies a time for Fairmont's 
loyal sons and daughters to return 
to honor their alma mater ... a time 
to relive past experiences ... to 
renew old acquaintances ... to wit- 
ness the growth of the college. 
Homecoming, with its mad rush, 
feverish excitement — marked by 
smokers and teas and pageantry — 
crowned by our win over Bethany 
and the dance held that night. 




Homecoming Queen and Court 




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Daughters Attend Homecoming 





Hootenanny 



Pronounced Judgment 



2K — it's all in the Game 





EVEOFOESTRUCTIOR 





TKE — Eve of Destruction 



AH- Witch Craft 





1965 Homecoming 
a Complete Success 



Homecoming 1965 saw the floats, sponsored by the 
sororities and fraternities of the Fairmont State College 
campus. The floats portrayed a theme based on song ti- 
tles. 




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Homecoming Queen Candidates 



Alumni Officers 

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American Arts Trio 



John Jacob Niles, "Balladeer Dean' 



Prominent Speakers and 
Performers Enlighten 
Students at F.S.C. 





Anwar M. Barket, "The Kashmir Dispute" 



John Ciardi 
"Annual Life Day' 



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Rush . . . the 
Beginning of Life — 
Long Relationships 
and Responsibilities 




The Madrigras 




Tri-Sigmas and Theta Xis Sang Their 
Way Into '65 Song Fest Finals 




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Sigma Sigma Sigmas sang the familiar "Oklahoma. 



Theta Xis harmonize with "Soon Ah Will Be Done. 





Campus Life, an Experience 
in Growth and a 
Time for Leisure 

Fairmont State College, with its many leisure activi- 
ties, helps to develop the whole person — the body 
beautiful, the mind inquisitive and alert, and the per- 
sonality friendly — in order to maintain. "The Friendly 
College on the Hill." 

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WORK! 




Gee! What a busy place. 





New Buildings Everywhere 



Students relax on the "Big Nickle." 




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The Fine Arts — 
a Department Symbolic 

of the Growth and Progress 

of Fairmont State College 
as a Leader. 



Fine and Applied Arts Building. 




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65 — Dramatics — 66 




Elias Maurice Griffin 

Rebecca \ Ginny Leeper 

Sara 1 -V Sue Waddell 

David I ■ -\ ■ Bob Parker 

Improvised Council 
For Defense Bob Jacob 

Caiphas V ■ David Hohmann 

Pilate \j David Hamrick 

Mary ~ ^~~~~~~^~~~^~~~~Karen Bitonti 

Joseph & Priest Bob Snider 

John Ike Robinson 



by Warner LeRoy 
April 9 & 10, 1965 



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Peter Fred Currence 

Thomas V ■ Don McBee 

Judas & Third Spectator \ ■ Sam Ellis 

Mary Magdelene Emily Morris 

Second Spectator Pinky DeLuca 

Blond S. ■' Nancy Humason 

Young Spectator Bob Morris 

Blind Man Bob McClung 

Fifth Spectator David Wright 

Woman #1 Dorothy Underwood 

Woman #2 Janice Byers 




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The Mute Don McBee 

The Narrator (EIGallo) Bill Hanks 

The Girl (Lusia) Mary Frances Sellers 

The Boy (Matt) Fred Miller 

The Girl's Father 

(Bellamy) Sam Ellis 

The Boy's Father 

(Hucklebee) Bob Parker 

The Old Actor (Henry) Danny Weber 

The Man Who Dies 

(Mortimer) Eddie Nelson 

Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones 

Music by Harvey L. Schmidt 

June 17, 18, & 19, 1965 



by Enid Bagnold 
June 24, 25, 26, 1965 



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CAST 
(In order of Appearance) 

Miss Madrigal Sue Waddell 

Maitland David Hohmann 

Second Applicant Iris Bressler 

Laurel Geri Offredo 

Third Applicant Pam Parish 

Mrs. St. Maugham Ruth Ann Mustek 

Nurse Dorothy Underwood 

Olivia Mary Miller 

The Judge George Turley 





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Music Direction: Allen Emerick 
July 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 1965 

CAST 
(In order of Appearance) 

Maria Rainer Jean Watkins 

Sister Bertha Joyce Haught 

Sister Magaretta Willa Van Gilder 

Mother Nobess Anita McGuire Freeman 

Sister Sophia Nancy Smith 

Captain George von Trapp Robert Ellis 

Franz, the Butler Jerry Tennant 

Frau Schmidt, Housekeeper Suzy Thralls 



by Mel Tonkin 
Lucille Kallen 



July 8, 9, 10, 1965 





CAST 
(In Order of Appearance) 

Mildred Thoma Merico 

Florence Pamela Parrish 

Jackie Sherrie VanMeter 

Vivian Marilyn Leeson 

Adelle Janis Bock 

Leonard David Hohmann 

Katy Karen Bitonti 

Mark Fred Miller 

Dr. Roper Brooks Higinbotham 

Sherman Sam Ellis 

Lois Barbara Cort 

Arthur Don McBee 

Larry Robert McClung 

Miss Kitchell (Voice on Phone) Tom Brackett 






by Alec Wilder 
October 21, 22, 23 



CAST 
In Order Of Appearance 

Veronica Judy Liston 

Alice Cecily McAteer Enos 

Hillary David Wright 

Marvin Robert Snider 

Tim, The Candy Man Tom Llewellyn 



CAST 
In Order Of Appearance 

The Leader Jim Holbert 

Brack Dave Kennedy 

The Guard Bob Parker 

Peters Don McBee 

Jenny Gloria Herman 

Father Sam Ellis 

Thomas Bouche Tom Llewellyn 

The Man John Maddox 

First Woman Carol Ballah 

Second Woman Sherry Glascock 



by Kurt Weill and 
Arnold Sundgaard 



October 21, 22, 23 



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by Jean Anouilh 
December 2,3,&4 



CAST 

WARWICK Tom Llewellyn 

CAUCHON Sam Ellis 

JOAN'S FATHER Norman Kallop 

JOAN'S BROTHER '• ■ "Danny" Daniels 

PROMOTER Robert Snider 

INQUISITOR Ed Abbadini 

BROTHER LADVENU Jim Ferrell 

BEAUDRICOURT John Ellis 

CHARLES Don McBee 

TREMOUILLE Norman Kallop 

ARCHBISHOP OF REIMS Trent Veach 

CAPTAIN LA HIRE Bob McClung 

EXECUTIONER John Ellis 

SOLDIERS Frank Lucente, Mike Whiteford, 

Norman Kallop, and "Danny" Daniels 

SCRIBE David Hamrick 

MONK John Warner 

COURTIERS Danny Daniels and David Hamrick 

JOAN Sue Wadded 

JOAN'S MOTHER Dorothy Underwood 

YOLANDE Mary Llewellyn 

AGNES Judy Briscoe 

LITTLE QUEEN Peggy Lohse 

COURT LADIES Pam Cutright, Kathy McConkey 

PEASANTS Diane Cook, Karen Bitonti, 

Sharon Smith 
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Drum Major 

and 
Majorettes 



The performances of the Fairmont State College 
Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. Donald Ham- 
ilton, could not have been complete without our drum 
major and majorettes to lead the band's march down 
the field. 



Drum Major: James L. Dugan 



MAJORETTES: Sonya Hughes, Louise Carberry, Barbara Strother, Karen Lucas, Pat Mahalick, Janet 
Kull, Sue Duvall, Sue Warder, Judy Prozzillo, Judy Hoskinson, Sharon Brown. 













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The Fairmont State College Bands, conducted by Mr. Donald Hamilton and 
Mr. Wesley Gragson, are open to all Fairmont State students who wish to further 
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band music and to develop such techniques as sight reading, interpretation, 
self-expression, and general musicianship. 




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The Collegiates and the Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Miss Frances 
Moody, entertain several times during the school year with their beautifully 



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the field of art and Fairmont 
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the open. The opportunity is 
given to work with their skill 
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the World, So Bending Tries to Veil the 
Matchless Boast, the Mingled Beauties 
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Greek World 




Nancy Higgins, Patty Haass — Greek Editors 



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J. Bryan 





J. Burchett 



L. Bush 






L. Campbell 




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B. Caruso 





A. Cinalli 



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P. Cottrill 



W. Cramblet 



D. DeGarmo 



J. Falkenstein 



L. Feltz 



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L. Huster 




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B. Kay 





J. Kilmer 





B. Knotts 




B. Konick 



B. Lloyd 



M. Maseda 



E. McQuain 




J. A. Parsons 






P. Reger 



P. Reho 






E. Ribas 



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J. Terretti 




D. VanMeter 



OFFICERS 
Pres. — Mary Ann Cinalli 
V.-Pres. - Judy Welty 
Sec. — Joanne Parsons 
Treas. — Monica Maseda 
Chap. — Tommie Sue Morris 



J. Walker 



J. Welty 



D. Williams 



B. Wilson 



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'No, Judy, only pledges have to wear them to class." 

Song Fest '65 "RED RED ROBIN. 



President, Mary Ann Cinalli. 




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OFFICERS 

Pres. — Connie McMullin 

1st. V.-Pres. — Barbara Peterson 

2nd. V.-Pres. — Nancy Higgins 

Rec. Sec. — Sue Powell 

Corres. Sec. — Johanna Meissner 

Treas. — Barbara Tetrick 



S. Brown 



D. Christian 



J. Collins 




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M. Dilly 



K. Doll 



P. Haass 




S. Hayhurst 



N. Higgins 



J. Kates 



E. Kennedy 



J. Lafferre 



D«»Ita Zeta 





J. Meissner 



M. McDonald 





C. McMullin 



B. Moseley 




B. Peterson 



E. Phillips 



L. Pigott 



S. Powell 






V. Riggenbach 



P. Sistelh 



C. Spidle B. Strother 

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V. Pres. Presents Our Annual Scholarship. 





President. Connie McMullin. 




OFFICERS 

Pres. — Mary Jo Pulice 
V. Pres. — Marty Harden 
Sec. — Sonya Hughes 
Treas. — Pat Mahalick 
Pledge Tr. - Carole Bilotta 




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D. Dandola 



M. Ellis 



L. Fox 



B. Fulayter 





M. Harden 



S. Hughes 



B. Jones 



L. Kaznoski 



M. Leeson 



P. Mahalick 





B. McDowell 



P. Monell 



N. Painter 



N. Pollock 



M. Pulice 



P. Romine 




M. Stunny 




R. Sauro 






P. Tennant 




T. Turner 



S. Weaver 



D. Webner 



D. Wood 



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President, Mary Jo Pulice. 



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L. Dowell 



J. Edge 




J. Knoble 



P. Laird 



S. Laird 



M. L. LaRosa 




D. Linn 



M. Miller 



N. Newcome 



J. Orr 




D. Pearce 



C. Poling 






D. Raikes 



P. Rice 



C. Sammons 



S. Stickles 



Vozniak 



K. Watkins 



OFFICERS 

Pres. — Cinda Sammons 

1st. V.-Pres. - Linda Dowell 

2nd. V.-Pres. - Judy Knoble 

Rec. Sec. — Janet Orr 

Corres. Sec. — Carol Cunningham 

Treas. — Ruth Wilson 






M. Wilmoth 



R. Wilson 



K. Wolverton 



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Sigma Kappa 



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OFFICERS 

Pres. — Patricia Mainella 
V.-Pres. - Sandra Wilt 

Rec. Sec. — Marilyn Tatterson 
Treas. — Phyllis Smay 





J. Allen 





P. Alonso 




K. Bitonti 



J. Bock 



L. Cooper 








D. D'Amico 



B. Davis 



P. DeLuca 



C. Feola 



J. Fink 








S. Hess 



A. Luoto 



P. Mainella 



L. McConnell 



L. Orr 



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M. Poster 



R. M. Reese 



P. Smay 



C. Spencer 



N. Strong 




M. Tatterson 




D. Toothman 




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B. Wuerker 




President, Patricia Mainella. 



Sigma 
Sigma 
Sigma 




SII Fashion Show. 



Sigmas Sneak a Sample. 




E. Abbadini 




OFFICERS 

Pres. — Bob Hurley 
V.-Pres. — John Warner 
Sec. — Manford Martin 
Treas. — Harold Holloway 
Sgt.-At-Arms — Bubby Washington 



M. Elliot 



D. Haines 



H. Holloway 



B. Hurley 





W. K. Chidester 




D. Haught 




B. Jacob 




M. Martin 



D. McCrum 



G. McCrum 




Miss Savilla Seifrit 
House Mother 




B. Quick 



R. Steele 




J. Taylor 



R. Theophilus 



J. Warner 



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Sigma Pi 



President, Bob Hurley 



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Officers 

Pres. — Edward Nelson 
1st. V. Pres. — Richard Long 
2nd. V. Pres. — Jon Plowman 
Corres. Sec. — Bob McClung 
Rec. Sec. — Stan Stewart 
Treas. — James Slatt 
Sgt. at Arms — Butch Bias 




Sigma Tau Gamma's secure new house. 





Sigma Tau Gammas' At Work 



President, Edward Nelson. 



Sigma 
Tau Gamma 



Song Fest '65 "Cool Water.' 




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J. Jimeno 



J. Mustachio 






R. Sites 



L. Stiles 



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J. Youngblood 




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R. Parker 




L. Ribel 




J. White 




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J. Sholtis 




E. Williams 



OFFICERS 

Pres. — Louie Ribel 
V.-Pres. — C. J. Fetchero 
Sec. — John Sholtis 
Treas. — Julius Jimeno 
Chap. — James Cinalli 



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President, Louie Ribel. 









M. Bartic 



R. Baumgardner 



B. Brunner 



W. Campbell 



T. Capek 



G. Caruso 




G. Clayton 




B. Futten 




T. Lopes 






C. Cottril 







J. Grippaldi 




L. Markham 





T. Friedman 




J. Kennedy 




L. McCartney 





J. Kerpan 





D. Neff 



J. Ogden 



F. Pachuta 



R. Pyers 



T. Reed 




J. Sago 






J. Smith 



J. Sterner 






W. Tressler 




R. White 



Officers 

Pres. — Bob Brunner 

V. Pres. — Rick Baumgardner 

Treas. — Don Williams 

Sec. — Bill Ewusiak 

Sgt.-at-Arms — Dan Stone 

Chaplain — Wayne Tressler 

Hist. — Fred Cooper 

Pledge Master — Tom Friedman 




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Tau Kappa 
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President, Bob Brunner 




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J. Strosnider 
R. Wargo 




L. Barnette 




M. Felton 




J. Holbert 






J. Neri 




D. Smith 




J. Summers 





D. Bevin 




B. Glover 




J. Lovering 




G. Smith 




J. Teacoach 






D. Martin 




L. Radford 




G. Southern 




L. Torchia 





W. Fadale 




R. McWhorter 




T. Rascon 




B. Spears 




T. Tricot 



C. Wilburn 



M. Williams 



G. Wright 



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Actives Welcoming Their New Pledges. 



President, Gary Southern. 



Theta Xi's Enjoying Their Smoker. 





OFFICERS 

Pres. — Gary Southern 
V.-Pres. — Jim Holbert 
Sec. — Dellis Martin 
Treas. — Bill Spears 






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meet the dirt, and oftner chang'd their 
principles than shirt. 



Athletics 




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FSC Football Squad - FIRST ROW: T. Darcus, G. Ellsworth, M. Wil- 
liams, R. Gregan, B. Brown, G. Shreyer, C. Ball, L. Ribel, C. Reese, L. 
Hill, J. Martray, D. Ickes, L. Blackstone, S. Farrar, N. Hoffman. SEC- 
OND ROW: Coach Duvall, Coach Bundy, P. Roush, T. Quickie, T. Kat- 
taron, D. Williams, B. Phillips, E. Goff, J. Mertens, R. Robison, R. 



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Sloan, R. Pittman, J. Cornelius, S. Mayle, Athletic Director Squibb Wil- 
son; Coach William Kerr. THIRD ROW: P. Windisch, M. Bartic, K. Cu- 
prik, S. Peppier, B. Ewusiak, F. Pachuta, E. Mahlic, R. Merrill, G. Clay- 
ton, J. Reagan, D. Neff, A. Folley. 



Glenn Ellsworth grimaces as a defender wel- 
comes him. 






FSC SCORES 






Opponent 






FSC 


Shepherd 




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Glenville 







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Wesleyan 




7 


14 


Concord 




20 


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Salem 




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Bethany 




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St. John's 




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Butch Clayton looks for a receiver. Roy Jackson is in the background. 






Where the action is! Ray Sloan, Bill Ewusiak, Larry Hill, and Charles Reese. 



Falcons Race To Best 
Record in Years, 8-1 Season 



A corps of remarkable seniors and a bevy of talented underclass- 
men led the Fairmont State Fighting Falcons to the best record they 
have put away since 1959 — a fine 8-1 record. 

The highlight of the conference season for the Falcons was a hard 
fought victory over West Virginia Tech. Butch Clayton and a strong de- 
fense were too much for Tech as they succumbed 14-13, due to miss- 
ing an extra point. Winning the game awarded Fairmont the confer- 
ence championship for the second consecutive year. 

In a non-conference game the following week, which was Home- 
coming, Fairmont was matched against a vaunted Bethany team. 
Bethany had handed the Falcons their only defeat during the previ- 
ous season. An eager, aggressive, Falcon eleven took the field seeking 
to wipe the blot from their record and to do some blotting in return. 

After the kickoff, Bethany was never in the game. Fairmont annihil- 
ated the Bisons with a nine touchdown attack and a ferocious defense 
which stymied the scoring efforts of Bethany. The game was a re- 
markable display of cooperation and teamwork as eight players scored 
for Fairmont. 

George Clayton was tremendous! Butch threw five touchdown pass- 
es and scored one touchdown himself as he turned in the finest per- 
formance of his career. Besides passing for 289 yards, Butch ran for 
another 100 yards. 



The aggressive defense held the Bethany offense to 164 yards by 
intercepting fives passes and stifling the Bison's ground attack. Two 
of these interceptions were turned into Fairmont scores by the alert 
defenders. 

A sad and surprised Bethany crew returned home with a 59-6 shel- 
lacking on their otherwise perfect record. 

The following week the Falcon's played their final regular season 
game against West Liberty, an ever dangerous opponent. However, the 
Fairmont attack continued to move and the Hilltoppers were defeated 
35-6. 

The fighting Falcons represented Fairmont State College in the post 
season NAIA playoff game at Minneapolis. In bone-chilling weather 
and on a frozen field, the Falcons were defeated 28-7. Although they 
played hard and well, the Falcons were unable to overcome the frigid 
weather and a tough St. John's team. 

Even though such senior stalwarts as Louis Ribel, George Clayton, 
Roy Jackson, Ron Gregan, and others will be missed, they are leaving 
behind them a solid core around which to build next year's Fighting 
Falcons. As a team, their record stands witness. 




With the help of Clayton and Jackson, Ellsworth picks up yardage. 





Mayle gets set for the tackle. Other Falcons are Martray, Brown, Sloan, Williams, Youngblood, and 
Ribel. 



Martin Bartic breaks away from two defenders. 









Coaches 
Receive 
Honors 



Coach Harold S. (Deacon) Duvall and Coach Joe 
Retton were named WVIAC Coach of the Year and 
Runner-up, respectively. The announcement 
marks the first time that coaches from the same 
school have been so honored. 




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Head Football Coach 
Coach of the Year. 



Joe Retton 
Head Basketbal 
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Poetry in Motion 



St. John's fullback at work. Falcons are Larry Hill, Brent Phillips, Louis Ribel, Charles Reese, and 
Larry Blackstone. 





I think we're surrounded! 



The Fighting Falcons in Action 



Sonny Bartic covers St. John's territory. 






FSC Basketball Squad: FIRST ROW: Phil D'Orazio, Pat Sloan, Dave Shaffer, Ed Branham, Sam 
Skeen. SECOND ROW: Pat McGinnis, Don Prlckett, Jim Mertens, Bill Moody, Terry Stewart, Larry 
Walton, Dave Miller, Ron Hetler, Coach Retton. 

Basketball — A Year of Rebuilding 



The 1965-66 basketball season was one of rebuilding 
and experimenting for the Falcons. Having only one of 
the starting five, Dave Miller, back from last season's 
Kansas City team, Coach Retton had to work with un- 
tried but skillful material. Despite the handicaps that 
the team faced throughout the year, they achieved an 
outstanding record of 23-4 of which Fairmont State fans 
are justly proud. 

Although the basketballers were eliminated from the 
WVIAC tournament at Charleston by a strong West Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan team, the Falcons will all be back next 
season with a much more wise and experienced team. 



SCORES 



Opponent 

Shrine Tournament 

Salem 

Glenville 
Salem 
Wesleyan 
Wheeling 

Alderson-Broaddus 
Davis and Elkins 
Glenville 
Morris-Harvey 
Holiday Tournament 

Shepherd 

California 
Alderson-Broaddus 
West Liberty 
Beckley 
Concord 
California 
Morris-Harvey 
Davis and Elkins 
Glenville 
Shepherd 
West Liberty 
Wesleyan 
Salem 
Wheeling 
Shepherd 
WVIAC Tournament 

Davis and Elkins 

Wesleyan 



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Mertens is fouled. 




Mertens and Moody go after the ball while Dave Shaffer stands ready. 



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Dave Miller chalks up two! 



Don't fence me in! 






Dave Miller 



Dave Shaffer 



Jim Mertens 




Larry Walton 



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Phill D'Orazio 



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FSC Cheerleaders: Bobbi Bane, Mykie Wilson, Lorraine Kaznoski, Linda Cooper, and Judy Burchett. 



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FSC Soccer Team - FIRST ROW: A. Tiano, L. Moore. SECOND ROW: 
G. Smith, J. Carpenter, J. Freeland, W. Brown, L. Gargarella, E. Shook, 
J. Baughman, J. Lemley, R. LeBrun. THIRD ROW: J. Brown, J. Clara, 



B. Miller, D. Bolten, D. Jones, S. Perry, E. Larry, R. laquinta, E. Gall, R. 
Lietzel, J. Lovering, J. Longstaff, S. Steele (coach). 



FSC Bruisers Have Tough Season 

SOCCER 



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Wrestling 
Team 



Falcon Wrestling Team - FRONT ROW: Walt Delaney, David Koon, Tom Burnett, John Heim, Stephen 
Farrar. BACK ROW: Roy Jackson, Larry Blackstone, Tom Rosa, Sam Knotts, Coach William Kerr. 



Swimming 
Team 



FSC Swimming Team - FRONT ROW: Larry Thornton, Ed Gall, John Hart, Bob Downing, Gerald 
Smith. SECOND ROW: Dave Bevin, John Brown, Louise Carberry, Jay Dugan, Sam Perry, Coach Joe 
Bundy. THIRD ROW: Mike Snider, Mike Smith, Bob Tasker, Bill Dent, Phil Monel, and Bronson 
Reese. 





First Team — FIRST ROW: Theresa Romberger, Johanna Meissner, Louise Carberry, Diane Gain, 
Nancy Strong. SECOND ROW: Merry Lynn Larosa, Polly Brown, Kay Spidle, Lorraine Hawkins, Lois 
Sheppard. 



Falconette Hockey 



Second Team — FIRST ROW: Ruth Siebaugh, Kathy Hosaflook, Lucy Fleming, Carol Starkey. SEC- 
OND ROW: Judy Tetrick, Doris Castellini, Charlotte Hugus, Dianne Castellini, Lynn Askew. 





FSC Track Team - FIRST ROW: Barry Blackstone, Larry Hill, Marvin 
Williams, Frank Pachuta, George Shreyer, John Sholtis. SECOND ROW: 
Dave Rowand, Francis Piern, Bill Brookover, Bill Furgason, Don Kil- 



lingsworth. THIRD ROW: Coach William Kerr, John Fulz, James Lax- 
ton, Larry Lynch, Sam Knotts, Larry Blackstone. 



Thinclads on the Upswing 



Hurdlers John Sholtis and Marvin Williams. 




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FSC Harriers 
on the Move 



Frank Berry 



Dave Rowand 



FSC Cross-Country Team coached by Joe Retton are from the left: Bob 
Richards, Frank Berry, and Dave Rowand. STANDING: Francis Piern, 
Jim Suter, and John Whitescarver. 






FSC Baseball Team - FIRST ROW: Coach Squibb Wilson, Jim 
Seamon, Teddy Darcus, Joe Grippaldi, Richard Baumgardner, Jim 
Youngblood, Ron Robison, Ed Shook. SECOND ROW: Galen Bloom, 



Stan Jakubowski, Don Rogers, Jim Carpenter, John Retton, Ray 
Sloan, Bob Leitzel. THIRD ROW: Tom Schweitzer, Bill Ewusiak, Don 
Ickes, Gary Henlme, Glenn Ellsworth, Ron Gregan, Dan Jones. 



Falcon's Darcus Leads Diamond Men 
To Surprising Season 



Darcus tags Ron Grubb. 




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FSC Golf Team: Ron Millione, Marshall Glen, Bob Swats, Pat Droppleman, Larry Edgell, Dr. Taylor. 



F.S.C. Golfers Finish 



Falcon Netmen Close 



Third in Tournament 



Outstanding Year 



FCS Tennis Team - FIRST ROW: Coach Duvall, Dave Clark, Pete Holt, Wesley Shasko. SECOND 
ROW: Skip Campbell, Dave Robertson, Louis Gargarella, Tom Lopes. 




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the Rational, Social Animal Depends Not 
on What He Feels but on What He Does. 



Organizations 





Jeanne Lafferre, Organization Editor. 



Student Council 



E"Ht£W 




Ed Branham, Ed Nelson, Nancy Painter, Tom Reed, C. J. Fetchero, Linda Orr, Bill Glover, Beverly 
Lloyd, Charles Boney, Bobbi Atha, Ron Millione, Betty Davis, Jay Teacoach. 




The Student Council is the executive board of the stu- 
dent government organization, consisting of five stu- 
dent body officers, all class presidents, one member 
elected by the honorary and professional organizations, 
one member elected by the non-fraternity group and one 
faculty representative appointed by the President of 
Fairmont State College. 

One of the principle assignments of the Student 
Council is to meet at the beginning of each semester to 
determine the allocation of the student activity funds 
among the various campus activities and organizations. 
The budgets prepared are then published so that all stu- 
dents may know for what purposes their fees are being 
used. 



Bill Glover, President. 



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Editor, Margot Willis types copy to 
meet a deadline. 



\ Cahstmts 

Published periodically except during examinations and vacation 
periods by the students of Fairmont State College, Fairmont. West 
Virginia. Entered as second class matter December 18, 1894, under the 
act of March 3, 1879. at the Post Office, Fairmont, West Virginia, and 
re-entered Under the act of June 6, 1900. Subscription included in 
activity fee. 




Publication by and for the Students of FSC 

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Larry Lynch, President; Karen Dull, Vice President; Bill Owen, Secretary; Ed Williams, Treasurer. 



nterfraternity Panhellenic Counci 



The Council consists of representatives from each of 
the sororities and fraternities on the campus. It was or- 
ganized to consider common problems of the Greeks 
and to act as their voice in the Student Council. Com- 
monly known as Inter-Pan, the Council also coordinates 
the efforts of the Greeks by sponsoring such events as 
the annual Christmas Dance, Songfest, and Greek 
Week. 



President Larry Lynch and Linda Bush are found decorating for the 
Holly Ball. 



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SEATED: Mary Jo Pulice, Sharon Brown, Secretary; Carole Bilotta, 
Treasurer; Ruth Wilson, President; Betty Davis, Vice President; Carol 



Spencer, Patti Mainella. STANDING: Donna Wood, Connie McMullin, 
Linda Golden, JoAnn Parsons, Mary Ann Cinalli, Linda Bush. 



Women's Panhellenic 



Men's Panhellenic 



This organization is the governing body of sororities 
on FSC campus. The main duty of Panhellenic is to 
preside over rush and publish the Panhellenic rush 
handbook. The purpose of Women's Panhellenic is to 
maintain complete harmony among the sororities on 
the campus. 



Men's Panhellenic acts as a governing body for frater- 
nal organizations at Fairmont State College. The male 
Greek governing body works in close collaboration with 
the Inter-fraternity Panhellenic Council in regulating the 
men's activities on campus. 



Tom Capek, Ed Nelson, Bob McClung, Mike S. Murphy, David Bevan. 



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AWS 




Johanna Meissner, Second V. Pres.; Nancy Higgins, Secretary; Linda Toothman, Pres.; Barbara 
Nicholson, First V. Pres. 




Associated Women's 
Association 



AWS is a new group organized at FSC in 1964. The 
purposes of AWS are to provide leadership for self gov- 
ernment, to promote good social relationships, between 
all women's groups and to stimulate a greater apprecia- 
tion of cultural and academic affairs. 



Morrow Hall 



Morrow Hall, women's dormitory, was completed in 
the fall of 1922. It was named for Mrs. N. R. C. Morrow, 
a highly respected teacher in the English Department. 
In 1958 two new wings were added to the dormitory 
plus the remodeling of the college cafeteria, which is a 
part of Morrow Hall. It is capable of housing 122 women 
students. The housemother for Morrow Hall is Mrs. Zel- 
ma Oakes. 

ROW 1: Elaine Kennedy, Secretary; Theresa Romberger, Sgt-at-Arms; 
Darby Handlen, AWS Rep.; Ingrid Pearson. ROW 2: Janice Swecker, 
V. Pres.; Martha Loyd, Treasurer; Polly Brown. ROW 3: Adella Luoto, 
Pres.; Sharon Corley. 



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Johnna Meissner, Pres. & Coun.; Jeanne Laffere, Coun.; Roberta Atha, 
V. Pres.; Nancy Painter, Secretary; Marcallene Wilmoth, Coun.; Kay 



Spidle, Sgt.-at-Arms; Janet Foley, Treas.; Kay Beegle, Coun.; Sue 
Toothman, Coun.; Barbara Nicholson, Coun. 



New Dorm 



New Women's Residence Hall was completed in the 
fall of 1964. Situated next to Morrow Hall on the cam- 
pus road leading to Rosier Field, the new residence hall 
houses 150 women. Decorating the front of this modern 
structure are custom designed ceramic tile mural panels 
in tones of blue and green. Mrs. Pearl Brown is head 
resident of the new dorm. 



Morgan Hall 



Morgan Hall, women's dormitory was completed in 
the fall of 1965. It was built under the auspices of Dr. 
Jack Morgan. Situated on Locus Avenue, the new resi- 
dence houses 84 Women. Mr. and Mrs. II A Holman are 
the head residents. 



Nancy Higgins, Secretary; Barbara Tetrick, Vice Pres.; Casey Geisel, Sgt.-at-Arms; Nancy Smith, 
Pres.; Mary Hyde, Vicki Rollins, Monica Maseda, Counselors; Vonnie Hatcher, Freshman Rep. 





Jerry Baughman, Pres.; Charles Baney, Sec.-Treas.; Larry Markham, Sgt.-at-Arms; Mike Clutter, 
Freshman Rep.; Louise Yusi, Vice Pres.; Bill Ewuasiak, Proctor; Tom Lopes, Proctor; Bob Brunner, 
Proctor. 



Pence Hall 



Young Democrats 



Pence Hall, Men's dormitory, derived its name 
from the late Dr. John W. Pence, one-time president of 
Fairmont State College. It was through his efforts which 
made possible the building of this dormitory by federal 
loan. Pence Hall was completed in 1959 and is capable 
of housing 132 men. It offers many facilities for the 
men including a spacious lounge and a large parking 
area. The men have set up their own government and a 
Pence Hall Club where they plan many of their social 
functions. 



The sole purpose of the Young Democrats is to enable 
college students to become familiar with a basic under- 
standing of present day politics and to introduce new- 
comers to the Democratic Party. The organization also 
provides social activities for the purpose of making and 
introducing new friends. 



Monica Maseda, Judy Welty, Jo Ann Parsons, Jo Ann Terretti, Nancy 
Smith, Casey Geisel, Larry Torchia, Skip Campbell, Bob Parker, Skip 



Kammsky, John Post, Louie Yusi, Mike Clutter, 
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Who's Who 



Each year Fairmont State College honors a select few by naming them to 
Who's Who. They must have held some responsible office while in school, have 
given unselfish help to the school, and have good qualities of citizenship and 
character. They are also expected to be a credit to the school and to themselves 
in years to come. Students are selected by an impartial council of seven juniors 
and sophomores and six faculty members once a year. Those chosen are then 
listed in Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges and Universities 
and given certificates on recognition day. 



Members 



Mary Fisher Miller 
Beverly Lloyd 
Nancy Humason 
Nancy Painter 
Linda Orr 
Lorraine Kaznoski 
Johanna Meissner 



Don McBee 
George Clayton 
Bob Brunner 
Sam Ellis 
Charles Byrer 
Tom Lopes 



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Pyramid Society 



The purposes of the Pyramid Society includes the 
recognition of the most representative men in all 
phases of college life, and to bring together members 
of the faculty and student body of the institution on a 
basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness. 
The ultimate goal of the society is the affiliation with a 
nationally recognized honor society. 

The qualifications are scholarship, honor, fellow- 
ship, character, and leadership. Scholarship is the primary 



consideration for membership. The minimum require- 
ments are: one full academic year of residence, rank in 
the highest 25 percent among male students in his class, 
to be based upon the whole preceding academic record, 
and a mass total of 15 points according to the point 
system. Pictured left, SEATED: Sam Ellis, Bob Brunner. 
STANDING: Bill Glover, Tom Lopes, Louis Ribel. Not pic- 
tured: Paul Davisson, advisor; George Clayton. 



Blazers 



Blazers, Senior Woman's honorary, was organized in 
1947. To be elected a member of the Blazers is a dis- 
tinction highly honored by every girl at FSC. Each year 
outstanding senior girls are elected to this honorary 
women's organization. Blazers is based on the qualities 
of scholarship, leadership, loyalty, and integrity. In addi- 
tion to these requirements, candidates must have 
earned at least a 2.85 average by the end of the fall 
term of their junior year. The Blazers sponsor the Big 
and Little Sister Program, which is designated to assist 
the freshman women in adjusting to college life, and 
with Pyramid Society, sponsor the annual Honor 
Assembly. 

Pictured: Linda Orr and Mary Miller. 



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Luther Stiles, President; Glenn Harman, Vice President; Patti Haass, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Alpha Alpha Alpha 

Founded in 1958, the Alpha Alpha Alpha business 
honorary at FSC, was organized to promote interest in 
the study of business. The functions of the honorary are 
dinner meetings, trips to business firms, and its purpose 
is to acquaint the student with the type of people they 
will be working with in the future. 



Beta Beta Beta 

The Beta Beta Beta, National Biology Honorary, was 
founded in 1922 at the University of Oklahoma. Its ob- 
jectives are scholarship and the promotion of biological 
research. Each year this organization sponsors a Na- 
tional Science Day to which students of area high 
schools are invited. 



ROW 1: Shirley McCauley, James A. Mustachio, Kathy Carder, Secretary; Debbie DeGarmo, 
Treasurer; Sam Ellis, President. ROW 2: James Joseph, Jim Monderine, John Vincent, Jon Plow- 
man, Ronald Helms 





ROW 1: Beverly Lloyd, Betty Davis, V. Pres.; Prudy Rollins, Pres.; 
Carolyn Furbee. Sec.; Beverly Fulayter, Barbara Nicholson. ROW 2: 



Judy Mokosh, Carl Martray, Treas.; Kenneth W. Brock, Gary W. South- 
ern, Nancy Painter, Mary Miller. 



Kappa Delta Pi 

Kappa Delta Pi, an Education Honorary was founded 
in 1911 by the University of Illinois. It was established 
at FSC in 1931. Leadership, scholarship, and character 
are but a few requirements necessary for membership. 
An overall three point average must be maintained in- 
cluding a three point average in the education field. 



Epsilon Pi Tau 

Epsilon Pi Tau was organized in 1920 and Alpha Upsi- 
lon Chapter at FSC was installed on March 29, 1955. It 
is strictly a professional organization with membership 
limited by grades, ("B" average) character, and promise 
of professional growth. Its purpose is the professional de- 
velopment of promising young leaders in Industrial Arts 
and Industrial Vocational Education. 



ROW 1: Robert Shaver, K.G. Wise, Trustee; Kermit Hatfield. ROW 2: Tom Reed, Edgar Williams, 
Charles McDaniel, Ernest Wilson, Gary Southern. 



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Kappa Gamma 

Kappa Gamma, the Fairmont State College debate 
honorary, was reestablished last year as a part of the 
debate club. The honorary is open to those college de- 
baters who have participated with skill in a minimum of 
five rounds of inter-collegiate debate. The officers of the 
debate club must have qualified for membership in Kap- 
pa Gamma. 



ROW 1: Dorothy Underwood, Mary Miller, Karen 
Sam Ellis, Bob Snider, Don McBee, David Hamrick. 



Alpha Psi Omega 

National recognition has been given to the dramatics 
department of Fairmont State College through the 
founding of Alpha Psi Omega, the national dramatics 
honorary, in 1925 by Dr. Paul Opp. The Alpha Chapter 
was founded to promote interest in dramatic produc- 
tions through the presenting of drama to the students 
and the community. 

Members of the honorary are chosen through their 
participation and interest in dramatic activities. 
Bitonti, Sue Waddell. ROW 2: Daniel Weber, 








ROW 1: Beverly Lloyd, Sharon Verdigone, Secretary-Treasurer; Jack 
Conrad, Vice-President; George Clayton, President; Beverly Fulayter. 



ROW 2: Prudy Rollins, Barbara Nicholson, Linda Orr, Nancy Painter, 
Betty Davis, Carole Bilotta, Patricia Burky, Ruth Stout. 



Sigma Tau Delta Lambda Delta Lambda 



Fairmont State's Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, nation- 
al English honorary, was formed in the spring of 1964. 
The honorary, with chapters in colleges and universities 
throughout the country, has as its purpose the encour- 
agement of interest and participation in activities re- 
lated to English majors who have completed a minimum 
of five English courses with at least a "B" average. 



Lambda Delta Lambda, national physical science hon- 
orary, was founded at Fairmont State College in 1925. In 
order to qualify for membership in this select group, a 
student must have an overall 3.00 grade average and a 
3.00 average in at least 14 hours of chemistry and 
physics. 

Lambda Delta Lambda sponsored an assembly pro- 
gram on "Radio Astonomy" in November and the an- 
nual Science Day for local high school students in 
March. 



SEATED: Carman Seccuro, Treas.; Carol Felosa, Larry Rexrode, Pres. STANDING: Gary Ryan, Frank 
Carvell, Larry Beuglass, Vice-Pres. 





LETTERMEN FIRST ROW: Larry Hill, Marvin Williams, David Bevan, Don Ickes, Glenn Ellsworth. 
SECOND ROW: William Moody, David Miller, Robert Brunner, Thomas Capek, Donald Williams. 



Alpha Lambda Sigma 



Lettermen, Alpha Lambda Sigma, was organized in 1930. It now includes all 
members of intercollegiate sports who have qualified for a letter. In its own 
right, Alpha Lambda Sigma is an honorary for athletes. 

The coaches of each sport will decide on who a letterman will be. In major 
sports, the participant must appear in half of the contests to qualify as a letter- 
man. In individual sports, the participant must earn a set number of points to 
qualify. 



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College Clubs Play Vital 
Role in Extra-Curricular Activities 



Debate Club 



The FSC Debate Club, under the direction 
of Miss Suzanne Thralls, sponsors inter- 
collegiate debate contests between FSC and 
other inter-collegiate teams. Members of the 
FSC Debate Team and Kappa Gamma, De- 
bate Honorary, are active members of the 
Debate Club as are any other interested 
students. 




DEBATE CLUB - FIRST ROW: Don McBee, Ed Nelson, Dan Weber, Bob Morns. SEC- 
OND ROW: Sue Waddell, Vice-pres.; Mary Miller, Pres.; Dorothy Underwood, sec. 




PREP OFFICERS - Joyce Gibson, president; 
Peggy Lohse, vice-president; Vanessa Ash, sec- 
retary; Danny Daniel, treasurer. 



Masquers 



The Masquers, consisting of three main divisions, is 
one of the oldest college dramatic organizations in the 
state. Each school term the Masquers proper sponsor 
four major productions with tryouts open to the student 
body. The Children's Division of Masquers holds one 
play a semester for the youth of the county. The Town 
and Gown Players, organized in the summer of 1961, 
present four productions during the summer with 
tryouts open to both students and town people. 



ACTIVE OFFICERS - Karen Bitonti, president; 
Carol Smith, vice-president; Jeri Smith, secretary; 
Liz Hall, treasurer; Bob Morris, sgt.-at-arms. 





SNSEA OFFICERS — Charles Wilburn, Jr., president; Joyce Gibson, vice-president; Marianne Dilly, 
secretary; Linda Sellers, treasurer. 



SNSEA 



MENC 



Laura Lewis chapter of the Student National and 
State Education Association offers professional guid- 
ance in teaching. Activities include monthly meetings, 
an FTA conference for area high schools, a tea for su- 
pervising teachers and principals, Christmas food bas- 
kets, and a convention at Jackson's Mill. 



The Music Educators Conference consists of students 
who have a major or minor in music and members of 
the faculty. To better the understanding of music educa- 
tion through a varied and enlightening program of activi- 
ties is the goal of the group. 

During the year the students aid the Fairmont Concert 
Association in their productions, sponsor the appear- 
ance of guest artists at the college, participate in and 
help produce student recitals, help choose the out- 
standing senior and freshman music students, and 
assist at music festivals or workshops sponsored by the 
music department. 



MENC — FIRST ROW: Maunna Gregg, Cecily Enos, Randy Cunningham, Joyce Green, Gloria Her- 
man, Sandy Reid, Patricia Merchant, Sherie Burkholder, Roger Sine. SECOND ROW: Richard Wellock, 
Frances Moody, Judy Liston, Margaret White, David Wright, David Plants and Wesley Gragson. 





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OFFICERS: Sue Powell, President; Sue Toothman, Vice-President; Bobbi Atha, 
Tomblyn, Treasurer; Carol Jackson, Publicity; Prudy Rollins, Song Leader. 



Secretary; Bill 



4-H Club 



The Fairmont State College 4-H Club was organized in 
1964 and has been chartered full recognition on the 
Fairmont State College campus. It has two monthly 
meetings, one a program meeting and one to help a 
4-H Club in Marion County. The club sponsors a Senior 
Weekend in the spring at which time high school seniors 
are invited to visit the campus to view college life. 
The motto "to make the better best" represents the 
4-H Club. Any college student interested in 4-H Club 
work may belong to this group. 



Academy of Science 

The Fairmont State Academy of Science is affiliated 
with the West Virginia Academy of Science. It is de- 
signed to promote science in the colleges. 

The college students meet with the state academy 
each year for the purpose of presenting research papers. 



President, Jon Plowman; Vice President, Carol Felosa; Secretary, Gary Garlow; Treasurer, Fred 
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Kay Southern, President; Janet Shaver, 1st Vice President; Betty Stout, 2nd Vice President; 
Camille Boyce, Secretary; Mary Ann Cinalii, Treasurer; Mrs. Hess & Miss Hall, Advisors. 



Home Ec. Club 



Industrial Arts Club 



Membership in the Home Economics Club is open to 
those students who are majors or minors in this field. 
The F.S.C. chapter-club is associated with the American 
Home Economics Association. 

Each year the club sponsors a trip to Pittsburgh, has 
a guest speaker from a foreign country at one of its 
meetings, sponsors a Career Luncheon in February, 
attends the State Home Economics Convention at Jack- 
son's Mills and sends a Care package overseas. 



The Industrial Arts Club, a local organization with na- 
tional affiliation through the American Vocational As- 
sociation, had its beginning at Fairmont State in 1948. 
The main functions of the club are to develop attributes 
of the Industrial Arts technology beyond class activities, 
and bring together those involved in Industrial Arts Edu- 
cation, and their ideals and philosophies. All majors and 
minors of Industrial Arts Technology are eligible for 
membership. 



OFFICERS AND SPONSERS: Mr. Wise, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Hales, Lee Orme, Sgt.-at-Arms; Ed Williams, 
Vice-President; Kermit Bias, President; Bill Owen, Secretary; Bob McClung, Treasurer. 






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Karol Morrison, president; Penny Scott, vice president; Carolyn Furbee, treasurer; Polly Brown, 
Sgt.-atarms; Theresa Romberger, historian. 



Phi Epsilon Chi 



Nurses 



The purpose of this long standing organization of the 
college is to promote leadership in the field of physical 
education. The club sponsors an outstanding hockey 
clinic for the colleges of the state during the season, 
provides funds for women to participate in the Pitts- 
burgh field hockey events and sponsors a basketball 
clinic and a spring playday for the area high schools. 
The new freshmen are introduced to the club with a 
coke party, and an annual Christmas Party is held for 
active members. 



A new program offering an intensive two-year curricu- 
lum culminating in an Associate of Science degree in 
nursing opened at F.S.C. in the fall of 1964. 

The School of Nursing is approved by the American 
College of Surgeons and The American Medical Associa- 
tion. It also is accredited by the West Virginia State 
Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses and the Na- 
tional League for Nursing. 



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Wesley Foundation 

The Methodist Student Movement at Fair- 
mont State College is one of the dynamic 
groups which serves a real purpose. The 
Foundation is located at the foot of the 
campus at 1105 Locust Avenue. It serves all 
Methodists on campus. 

The Wesley Foundation provides an op- 
portunity for students to worship and study 
in a Christian and intellectual setting. 



D. D. Meighen, president; Carolyn Cowger, vice president; Martha Loyd, secretary; 
Darby Handlen, treasurer. 




Newman Club 



The Newman Club was originally orga- 
nized in 1893 by five students at the 
University of Pennsylvania. The actual pur- 
pose of the Newman Club is to "deepen the 
spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its 
members through a balanced program of 
religious, intellectual, and social activities." 
The club is especially proud of its new 
house located on Locust Avenue. 



James Slamick, president; Rosina Zangari, vice president; Karen Bitonti, secretary; Mike 
Jonson, treasurer. 



Kenneth Brock, president; Judy Bee, vice president; Karen Currey, secretary-treasurer, 
Mrs. Margaret Willard, adviser. 




Inter-Varsity 



An active organization on our campus, 
the Inter-Varsity Fellowship, gives students 
an opportunity to share a few minutes of 
their busy day in worship. Each day at 12 
noon the Fellowship meets and spends time 
in meditation. It also sponsors vesper ser- 
vices and Bible studies in the dorms. 



A thing of beauty is a joy forever. 




Royalty 



Toni Devericks 
Jackye Wilmoth 
Royal Editors 





Homecoming 







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Queen 1965-66 





Linda Being 
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Gary Wright, Judy Allen, Bill Brookover, Dorinda Dandolo, Ike Ritter, Linda Bush, Danny Stone, 
Monica Maseda, Gary Newbrough, and Patty Dean. 



Monica Maseda 



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Holly Ball 

Queen 

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Her Court 

Queen Nancy Pollock 

Princess Joan Barniak 
Princess Bobbi Wuerker 
Princess Lydia Layman 
Princess Bobbi Atha 
Princess Jeanne Lafferre 
Princess Mary Lou Feltz 
Princess Jeanne Bryan 
Princess Joyce Collins 
Princess Susie Shaffer 





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Val Marteney 
THETA XI SWEETHEART 



Jeri Offredo 
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Campus 
Favorites 



Each spring the social frater- 
nities on campus elect a girl to 
reign on the formal court as 
queen. These girls are chosen 
on the basis of personality, 
poise and beauty. 



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Deanne White 
GREEK WEEK QUEEN 

Charlotte Rader 
ORCHID BALL QUEEN 





Mr. and Miss Freshman 
1965-66 



Doris Castellini 

and 
Dennis Kellison 




Linda Orr and Tom Reed, Vice President of Student Council and Godfather are 
shown presenting Mr. and Miss Freshman. 




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AT 
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AND 
WEST SIDE 

IN 
FAIRMONT 
W.VA. 



THE FINEST 
SPAGHETTI 



363-9408 
363-9720 



Compliments of 



FRANK'S TIRE & SUPPLY 



12th St. & Fairmont Ave. 
Specializing in 

* High Milage Electro-capping 

* Precision Brake and Front End Service 





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WE ARE PROUD 


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to Have Supplied 




Quality Materials 
Throughout the Years 


THE SPORT STORE 


Toward 
the Growth of 
FAIRMONT STATE COLLEGE 


Fishing Tackle — Hunting Equipment 
A Complete Sporting Goods Store 

3 1 2 Monroe Street 
Fairmont, W.Va. 


One of Our Finest 


Phone 363-0220 


Community Assets 




FAIRMONT 


LEVINE'S 


WALL PLASTER CO. 






Men's Wear 




and 


201 Fairmont Ave. 


Women's Wear 


Ill Tenth Street 




Phone 


323 Adams Street Phone 366-1621 


366-2000 


Fairmont, West Virginia 



MOUNTAINEER COAL 
COMPANY 



Division of 
Consolidation Coal Company 






Fairmont, W.Va, 



Compliments of 



McCRORY 



218-220 Adams Street 



KETTERING BAKING 
CO. 



Bakers of 



BUTTER-NUT 
BREAD 



SYMBOL OF SERVICE 



CITY NATIONAL BANK 

of Fairmont, W.Va. 



Member of F.D.I. C. 



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THE 

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GAS 

COMPANY 

Serving Homes, Industries and Institutions in Ohio 

HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY 

A Division of Consolidated Gas Supply Corp. 




RAWLINGS 
OPTICIANRY 

Finest Eyewear 
in Fashion and Quality 

Nothing You Buy . . . 

Costs So Little 

. . . Yet Gives You So Much 



PRESCRIPTION 
OPTICIANS 




FAIRMONT 
HOTEL 



UPSON'S 

SINCE 1906 
'And Still the Best Place to Shop' 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

Your Charge Account Invited 
Phone: 363-6800 



LAFAYETTE RADIO ASSOCIATE 
STORE 

Hi-Fi — Stereo — CB Radios — 
Tape Recorders 

510 Locust Avenue 
Phone 366-0545 

— Come In and Browse Around — 





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KENNY'S 
CONFECTIONERY 

401 Locust Avenue 
Fairmont, West Virginia 




COLLEGE LUNCH 



FAYE and PORK HENDERSON 



GOOD THINGS TO EAT 

AND DRINK 

718 Locust Avenue 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



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